The Wayland-Cohocton boys’ track team won all but two events in the May 22 final regular season meet against Livonia as the Golden Eagles claimed a 109-92 victory to win the Livingston County Division-1 title.

By Frank Williams


The Wayland-Cohocton boys’ track team won all but two events in the May 22 final regular season meet against Livonia as the Golden Eagles claimed a 109-92 victory to win the Livingston County Division-1 title.


Coach Jim Bowers praised one triple-winner and several double-winners in the Golden Eagles (6-1, 4-0) triumph.


Jordan Rizzieri captured wins in the 110 hurdles, 400 IM and triple jump. Aaron Kelly took the 400-meter and the 800-meter. Brandon Selbig won the 1600-meter and the 3200-meter. Dakota Price was victorious in the shot put and discus, while the 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams were winners. Other Wayland-Cohocton individual winners included Devon Harris in the 100-meter, Charles Flagg in the 200-meter, Tyler Sherry in the long jump and Tyler McIntosh in the high jump. The lone winners for Livonia were Alex Wheaton in the pole vault and the Bulldogs 4x100 relay team pulled out a victory.


The maroon and gold took the D-1 title outright as their lone loss of the season came to Wellsville in the team's first meet of the season in a close 71-69 affair. With the victory, Wayland-Cohocton will be among one of the top teams competing at Wheatland-Chili for the Class CC Sectionals.


The Golden Eagles will send 18 individuals and all three relay teams to the event in hopes of making it to the state qualifier meet on Friday June 1. The state meet will follow in Syracuse June 8-9.